Denver, Colorado – November 13, 2012Cologix™, a network neutral interconnection and colocation company, announces its participation in the third annual Information Management Network (IMN) Forum on Financing, Investing and Real Estate Development for Data Centers. The organization invites analysts and attendees to join featured executive speaker and Cologix COO, Todd Coleman, at the 2-day conference, taking place November 29-30 in Santa Clara, California at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara.

The 2012 IMN Forum is expected to attract over 250 of the industry’s most prominent decision makers. The event brings to light new developments and opportunities in the data center space through a series of educational seminars and panel discussions. Attendees will enjoy learning about exciting topics affecting today’s data centers including, but not limited to, demand dynamics, expansion strategies, vendor partnerships, marketing, branding, preventing data center failures, and new server technology.

Mr. Coleman is scheduled to speak at the “Data Center Infrastructure & Asset Management” discussion, taking place at 12:10 AM on day 1 of the event. The session, moderated by Greg Johnson, Schneider Electric’s Director of Sales, Data Center Software, addresses the importance of expertly managing physical data center assets as well as their connectivity and relationships to support infrastructure. Mr. Coleman will also participate in a second session, the “Cooling: Are the Innovations Now the Norm?” session on day 2 of the event at 9:10 AM.  Panel participants Barry Novick, Global Data Center Manager at BlackRock, Inc., Fred Rebarber, Technical Relations Manager at Emerson Network Power, Liebert Products, and Jean-Simon Venne, Vice President-Energy Efficiency at SMi-Enerpro, and Mr. Coleman will lead data center owners, tenants, investors, capital and service providers in a discussion about the considerations of data center cooling and how it impacts operational efficiency, operating costs and the environment.

“Cologix provides colocation and interconnection solutions to over 550+ carrier, media, financial services and enterprise customers and enables them to grow their networks rapidly and cost-effectively,” stated Mr. Coleman.  “We have also made significant infrastructure investments in all of our strategic North American markets to ensure our data centers are leveraging the industry’s cutting edge technology, such as hot aisle containment and In Row cooling solutions.  I look forward to discussing Cologix’s perspective with my esteemed colleagues during IMN’s third annual Forum on Financing, Investing and Real Estate Development for Data Centers.“

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About Cologix, Inc.
Cologix, Inc. is a network neutral interconnection and colocation company headquartered in Denver, Colorado, that provides massively scalable interconnection services and secure, reliable colocation services in densely connected, strategically located facilities in Dallas, Minneapolis, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.  With more than 300 network choices and eleven prime interconnection locations, Cologix currently serves over 550 carrier, managed services, cloud, media, content, financial services and enterprise customers. The company’s experienced team of communications infrastructure professionals is committed to providing its customers the highest standard of local customer support.

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